Hmm, if you had two bad coils I would think your could not start your car. But... If I were you before buying two of them (kinda expensive) Just buy one of them and swap that one with the two you think are bad. It's possible to have two bad coils but well, I'd think your car would be in really bad condition. Tho, I don't know maybe your coils are just working part of the time? I'd also think that if there were to test the resistance on a coil they would have that step in the shop manual. Kinda makes me think they have different coils that can have different values. So.... Either buy where you can take them back for a refund or just buy one and try that.
BTW, what where the values you recorded for good vs bad?
Thanks! If you fix your problem this might help others.
Edit: I guess 30 bucks isn't that bad for coil packs. Thought they were around 100 bucks a pop.
Last edited by ericlp; 01-05-2013 at 06:35 PM.